Preview: Argentina v Scotland 2nd Test
Scotland face Argentina at Estadio Padre Ernesto on Saturday as their three-test series against the Pumas continues.
Scotland will be looking to bounce back after losing 26-18 in the 1st test.
What they said:
Dave Cherry said: “It was a messy game, the ball in play time was obviously incredibly low.
“They slowed us down a lot, we want to play at a tempo, we want to play a fast brand of rugby.
“Hopefully we can alter a few things and get that right on Saturday.
“(On Mark Bennett) He’s been amazing. He’s had a real good year this year, he’s back to his best.
“A bit of hardship in not playing for a long time for your country, and fair play to him, he’s stuck at it and he’s come back and he’s been immense this year for Edinburgh and Scotland.
“You think back to when you were younger and every boy dreams of it, and when you hit that stage of playing for your country it’s almost a bit of disbelief that you’ve actually made it.
“But you step onto the pitch and you love every single minute of it, and I’ve said it before, it’s over too quickly.”
"It's always an honour to represent your country."
— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) July 7, 2022
- Hamish Watson will reach 50 caps for his country.
- Kyle Rowe could make his Scotland debut off the bench.
Where to Watch
Join us in the Scottish Rugby Match Centre on Saturday for exclusive insight, match stats and live commentary from Salta.
As always we’ll bring you the big moments as they happen, along with the latest from inside the Scotland camp.
Argentina v Scotland kicks off at 8.10pm BST and you can watch the game live on Sky Sports.